Today’s Killer Startup: Payzo
Payzo is an easy way for freelancers to accept credit card payments.
Why It’s A Killer Startup
One of my favorite things about the internet is how it has transformed the way we work. My entire career, for example, didn’t even exist less than a decade ago. When I first started blogging and told people I was blogger I was met with puzzled looks like, what the hell is this word you’re making up, woman?
I’m just one of the thousands of people who have left their nine-to-fives to freelance since the internet opened up all of these new career possibilities. We’re now a veritable army of writers, designers, coders, markets, and, yes, startup founders figuring out new ways to make a buck or two.
The problem, of course, is sometimes figuring out how to get those bucks into our bank accounts.
A new solution is Payzo, which lets freelancers start accepting credit card payments within minutes. All you have to do is sign up with Stripe and you can start taking credit card payments immediately. There’s no need to mess around with code or even build your own website although, if you’re an online freelancer and you don’t have a website, you may want to think hard about your life decisions.
Payzo provides you with a link that you can send to clients to start payments, complete with your personalized logo. It’s easy, fast, secure, and a great solution for people who are taking advantage of this amazing freelance revolution that the internet has brought us.
And, of course, in true bootstrapped startup fashion, Payzo is totally affordable. If accepting less than $200 a month through their service, it’s free. If you’re raking in the dough and need an unlimited number of attractions, it’ll only cost $15 a month. That’s undoubtedly less than you’re spending on artisanal coffees every week in your freelancer “office,” so there’s no way you can not sign up, really. Check it out now at Payzo.io.
#Freelancers, you need an easy way to accept credit card payments. #Payzo is your solution. https://www.payzo.io/